Friday 23 October 2015


In 2014, in the UK, around 2 million experiments were carried out on animals.

Some of these experiments involved 'Sawing off the top of dogs' heads, electrocuting rabbits and implanting electrodes in monkeys' brains'.

dailymail. / Animals Used for Experimentation | The Issues | PETA

Over 100 million animals are burned, crippled, poisoned, and abused in US labs every year.

92% of experimental drugs that are safe and effective in animals fail in human clinical trials because they are too dangerous or don’t work.

Facts About Animal Testing.

The people who torture animals are pretty much the same sort as those who torture humans.

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At 23 October 2015 at 10:30 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree, animal experimentation is an often overlooked tragedy comparable to some of the most atrocious behavior committed on humans. From the occult and Nazi spurned alchemists of the pharmaceutical industry to the industrialized sized meat packing plants barbarous practices something has to be changed in the way some human beings view animal rights. Although I do not believe human beings will ever and should not ever give up eating meat entirely a more sustainable system must be observed because all that suffering has to amount to no good.

I am also in agreement that those who hurt animals are also those more prone to hurting human beings. I am reminded of the old psychological maxim that children who display tendencies of hurting household pets like skinning and burning are most likely those that are willing to commit atrocious acts on other human beings in adulthood, evidently, by the looks of things, those are the people that have been allowed to float to the top of the pyramid in all societal matters.

On another note, I want to remind readers that there should also remain a healthy amount of skepticism in the more recent psy-op of a program of creating an overly-empathetic attitude for animal rights that in some instances trump empathy for other human beings. I've noticed quite a few opinions that would rather see an animal survive a horrific encounter than the human. Much of it has to do with advertising here in America that has gotten charity fever, after seeing how many millions can be bilked from the public with nothing real being done.

I have a real respect (for what I know about them) for the native americans and how they viewed the taking of the life of an animal.


At 23 October 2015 at 11:54 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Someone linked this recently on this site, it's a must watch, Roslin, not Rosslyn - but close by.

Basement Jaxx


At 23 October 2015 at 11:57 , Blogger Unknown said...

i dont know who is worst, they who say what you have to do or you what you must do what they want.

At 23 October 2015 at 13:56 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw on YouTube recently a shocking 1950's US gas experiment on animals. It's horrible to watch so i didn't post it. I should imagine that the military tries all its weapons out on animals first.

I was always a vegetarian but I went vegan a couple of years ago after reading The China Study by Dr Colin Campbell. The health benefits are enormous as long as you supplement with B12 and get sufficient sun in the summer, or take vitamin D.

Dr. T. Colin Campbell in Ann Wigmore Living Foods Conference


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